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I reached out to Janny Scott, who conducted the posthumously published 2015 interview with Sheehan and wrote his obituary and the accompanying piece for the Times, to ask how to square the historical record with her framing of the story.
Jerry Lawson, the engineer who pioneered the first video game cartridge and who passed away in 2011, will be awarded posthumously.Reggie Fils-Aimé spends his retirement helping underprivileged youths|Elise Favis|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
In 1921, Mach’s book The Principles of Physical Optics was published posthumously, and contained a preface written by the author around 1913, shortly after Einstein had sent him the early paper on general relativity.When Einstein Tilted at Windmills - Issue 93: Forerunners|Amanda Gefter|November 18, 2020|Nautilus
Much of this interest can be traced back to the hologram performance given posthumously by Tupac Shakur back at Coachella about eight years ago.PORTL Hologram raises $3M to put a hologram machine in every home|Jonathan Shieber|October 30, 2020|TechCrunch
He was nominated on four previous occasions — 1937, 1938, 1939 and 1947 — and the Nobel Committee could have awarded him posthumously in 1948.
The opposite phenomenon also occurs: neglected writers who ascend to prominence only posthumously.
And the fact that Turing was only posthumously pardoned by the Queen late last year is pretty insane.Benedict Cumberbatch on 'The Imitation Game,' Homophobia, and How to Combat ISIS|Marlow Stern|September 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Posthumously, he's taken on a side gig as a zombie hunter, as well as a gay icon.
His novel The Last Magazine, published posthumously this month, is just like him: blistering, fun, insightful, and profane.
And yet leave he did; he chose to exile himself—that is, to die and live posthumously elsewhere.Norman Manea Survived the Nazis and the Communists and Lived to Write About It|Costica Bradatan|April 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Miss Austen's last book, like her first, was published posthumously and she left nothing else but a couple of fragments.The English Novel|George Saintsbury
For his Academy he made the elaborate notes for a Treatise on Painting which were posthumously published.
The lectures, published posthumously, became a text-book for students, and reached a nineteenth edition in 1851.The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3)|Leslie Stephen
It will not be out of place to compare it with the hands of the late Archbishop of Canterbury, which were cast posthumously.
His Tractatus de materia medica, published posthumously in 1741, was long celebrated.